Agreement Reached On Budget Changes
Governor Believes Data Tax Hike Will Be Scrapped
UConn Trustees Approve Budget
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Connecticut Lawmakers To Return To The CapitolDespite Wednesday's adjournment of the regular legislative session, lawmakers are expected to return to the Capitol, possibly in about two weeks, to finish voting on several bills including two that spell out details of the two-year, $40.3 billion Democratic budget.
Senate President: GE May Be Using Budget As Layoff Cover
Senate Passes Democratic Budget Shortly Before Adjournment
House Passes BudgetConnecticut's House of Representatives passed a $40 billion, two-year state budget Wednesday morning after Democratic leaders worked through the night to secure enough votes.
House Expected To Hold Budget Vote Today Connecticut lawmakers are expected to vote on the latest version of a two-year Democratic budget proposal that received some last-minute changes after several major employers publicly balked at the tax increases.
Connecticut Lawmakers Plan to Vote on $40B BudgetConnecticut legislators and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy reached a tentative deal on a two-year, $40 billion budget early Sunday.
Lawmakers & Governor Reach Tentative Budget AgreementMajor issues, including a new two-year state budget, election reforms and an anti-domestic violence measure remained on the to-do list for Connecticut legislators on Saturday.
Democrats Say Budget Agreement Near